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Michael Jackson Justice: Where the Grit hits the Gears

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The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Where the Grit hits the Gears

June 2, 2010 – Where the Grit hits the Gears

As fans begin to congregate on the facebook pages and amature investigators pool their resources, I find it amazing that the pillars of integrity in L.A. County wouldn’t want to sink their teeth into an investigation like this. As one guest on a Ustream event made mention . . . the fans are digging up more information than that authorities.

Thanks to a friend of mine who will remain anonymous until a time she feels it necessary to reveal herself, the time line I was working on has some plugged holes.

This is the time line she sent me. I will inject mine and my comments below that.

April 2008

April 8: The foreclosure auction has been scheduled for March 19, Santa Barbara County courthouse but MJ managed to scratch up $3 million as a good-faith payment to the note holder, Fortress Investments.
That bought him a 60-day reprieve/ extension. with Fortress Investments. In parallel MJ officially dismissed manager-publicist Raymone Bain from all her jobs. Bain had been unofficially cut off some months ago, but this is it. She’s supposedly done. However, in photographs of March 4-7, 2009 of MJ in London for the O2 announcement she is in the entourage, and of course later in June 2009 we see her on TV as MJ spokeswoman.

Also gone, during this time is Londell McMillan, the lawyer who helped MJ arrange a deal with Fortress and deliver $3M payment. McMillan tried to sort out the MJ legal drama. In comes MJ reps, attorney Peter Lopez on the West Coast and Greg Cross on the East. MJ has worked with Peter Lopez since 2006. Peter Lopez has proved a vital connection for many reasons, not the least of which is his close relationship to the Maloof brothers of Las Vegas. (Remember Peter Lopez? Found dead on his front lawn, gunshot wound. Suspicious but ruled homicide). They’ve allowed Jackson and his family/ entourage to live at the Palms Hotel and Casino for free for months. (pay attention on this detail because the Palms Hotel comes back in the picture in the late summer of 2009 w/ Jackson family) - I have not received this information yet, but will include in tomorrow's update. Anyone else with this information please feel free to post below.

There is some good news for Jackson, however. His "Thriller 25th anniversary" album has turned into the steadiest selling CD of 2008. The repackaged, remixed set sold 24,000 copies in one week.

Jackson gets his first "gold" record in a zillion years, and the second for the same album that was released in 1983. "Thriller" keeps thrilling. AEG is courting him, as per several Randy Phillips interview comments. So on reflection of this, Jackson should take the deal he's offered in London by AEG Live and perform it 10 times, for a million bucks per show. It's sort of a no-brainer for getting some cash flowing for MJ. MJ had great assets but he was cash poor. It was not all about overspending; it was trying to maintain the operation of Neverland as a site to bring joy and amusement to children and adults for free. That wasn't free for Michael. Upkeep on the Ranch ran between $7 - $10 million a year for insurance, maintenance on rides, the zoo, grounds and security.

July 8 : Thome signs with Juliens Auctions the Auction Consignment contract

November 7 : Today, Billboard has confirmed that there is a standing offer with no expiration from AEG Live for Jackson to play at the O2.

November 11 : Neverland - Sycamore Valley Ranch Co.,LLC conveyed for allegedly $35,000,000. Forest Investment is paid off (~$24.5M) and out of the picture. MJ is now in partnership with Colony Capital and Sycamore Valley Ranch Co.,LLC. Sycamore Valley Ranch Company, LLC is owned by an affiliate of investment firm Colony Capital LLC, and Michael Jackson himself. The amount of shares Michael owns is not known. MJ's interest's are represented by Londell McMillian.

December 12, 2008 Ian Halperin makes wild claims about MJ. Tohme rebuts by saying that MJ is in good health and is finishing negotiations with a major entertainment company for a world tour and a series of specials and appearances.

December 22 2008 : Dr. Murray issues drugs to MJ (LA autopsy report)

MJ Timeline portion of 2009

January : At the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Michael (with Blanket and Dr Tohme Tohme by his side), meets an AEG delegation headed by Philip Anschutz, its billionaire founder, AEG's chief executive Tim Leiweke, Randy Phillips, who heads up AEG Live and Paul Gongaware.

Michael signs a deal for 10 concerts in London 2009 summer and he also accepts to submit to a rigorous medical check-up at his LA home. (It is said that MJ signed away all his assets as security (? similar to Annie Liebowitz eh) ; AEG kept increasing the number of concert dates because they didn’t want him to honor the contract ?)

January 06 : Dr Tohme Tohme confirms that Michael has leased a Bel Air mansion for $100,000 a month. Tohme Tohme says the pop icon wanted to be closer to "where all the action is" in the entertainment industry.

January 2009 : Barrack of Colony Capital starts to renovate Neverland

January 14 : Michael goes to see Dr Klein in Beverly Hills with Blanket.

January 30 : Christian Audigier visits Michael at his Bel Air home.

February 06 : Michael goes to see Dr Klein in Beverly Hills

February 07 : Michael goes to the Bel Air Hotel for a business meeting with Dr Tohme.

February 10 : Michael goes to see Dr Klein in Beverly Hills

February 13 : Michael hosts a party for Prince's 12th birthday at the Bel Air home.

February 18 : The medias reveal that Michael is in secret talks with AEG Live to stage his pop revival with up to 30 dates at the O2 arena in London.

February 21 : Michael hosts a party for Blanket 7th birthday at the Bel Air home.

February 27 : Michael goes shopping with Christian Audigier in L.A.

March 01 : In an interview to, Christian Audigier reveals that Michael is about to go to London to give a press conference next march 05 in order to announce a new tour next summer!

March 03 : Michael lands via private jet of Harrod's owner Mohammed Al-Fayeds at Luton Airport, London around 2pm with Prince, Paris, Blanket and manager Dr Tohme Tohme. They check in the hoyel Lanesborough, Park Lane. The rest of the MJ entourage is at the Marriott (nearby).

March 04 : MJJ Productions, file a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against Julien's Auction House. It claims founder Darren Julien promised to send Michael an inventory of sale items, but that the singer hasn't given permission to move them all.

The suit claims many of the items are "priceless and irreplaceable" and describes the attempt to sell them as "malicious, fraudulent, extreme, outrageous and without any legal justification whatsoever."

MJJ Productions authorized the auction house to remove the items from Jackson's Neverland Ranch, according to court documents, but not to sell them without Jackson's permission. (Remember Barrack is now at Neverland making renovations/ improvements since January)

March 05 : Michael announces his last concerts in London beginning on July 08 during a short press conference at the O2 Arena. The event named "This Is It" .

The touring deal with concert promoter AEG Live was arranged by a Colony Capital associate Dr Tohme Tohme who has been Michael's manager and president of MJJ Productions for a year. As part of the deal, AEG's corporate parent, Anschutz Corp., agreed to invest in a pet project of Mr. Jackson's, a 3-D feature film based on his song and music video "Thriller."

People close to the singer say that he is eager to return to work. "Between Anschutz and us, he's got plenty of capital," said Tom Barrack, Colony's chief executive. "He's serious, he's focused, he's healthy and he's listening." To obtain insurance for the tour, AEG arranged for an independent physician to conduct a five-hour physical exam of Mr. Jackson. "He passed with flying colors," said AEG's Mr. Phillips.

"For the first time in his life, Michael Jackson has people around him who believe in him and look after him," said Dr. Tohme. "And are trying to help him and advance his career."

March 06 : Michael goes to see the musical "Oliver" at the Royal Theatre in London with Prince, Paris, Blanket as well as Mark Lester and his children Lucy, Harriet, Olivia & Felix.

March 7: The Comeback

In an interview the newspaper The Times says Randy Phillips, president of the promotion company AEG Live, the London concerts first step of a three-year tour and the release of a new album are the. Future concerts could, if the shows are going well in London, New York, Paris and Mumbai to take place. According to AEG Live, the ten concerts in O2 Arena last two hours and Michael Jackson will not perform in 2009 at any other place.

March 08 : Michael and his entourage fly back to Los Angeles.

March 11 : Pre-sale begins on Ticketmaster for Michael's concerts. 40 dates are added.

Michael goes shopping in L.A.

March 13 : Tickets for Michael's 50 live dates at London's O2 arena sell out within 4 hours on Ticketmaster!

March 13: Randy Phillips does interview wth Skynews London in which he mentions he spoke to Michael on previous date by phone to let him know of the status of the O2 preseal of tickets. He relates that Michael was choked up a/k/a crying at hearing this news.

March 16: It discusses an inner circle of people and Peter Lopez is mentioned and quoted. The plans for 10 shows not 50 as well as Michael Jackson's health are all in this article that was written over a year before his death. Source: sdparanormal

March 19 : Michael goes to see Dr Klein in Beverly Hills.

March 23 : Michael goes to his doctor's in Beverly Hills with Blanket.

March 29, 2009: New Manager

Michael Jackson has hired a new manager: Leonard Rowe.

"I am very pleased that Leonard has accepted my offer to manage my business affairs during this important time in my career," Michael Jackson announced in the press release. "Leonard Rowe, long time friend and business partner, in whose decisions I gained confidence."

Rowe works for the Jackson family for about 30 years. End of the 70s and early 80s he Promoted the concert tours of the Jacksons. The fact that Michael Jackson once again takes his services, pleases Leonard Rowe. "We worked hard together and wrote history on the Off The Wall Tour. I am grateful to Michael for this opportunity and look forward to again working with my friend to provide a successful and historic comeback safe, " Stated in the press release from Champion Management.

April 1 2009 : Michael goes to the Bel Air Hotel for a business meeting with Dr Tohme.

April 3 : Michael hosts a party for Paris's 11th birthday at the Bel Air home. Grace R. attends the party and soon after she is "terminated" by Dr Tohme.

April 4 : Michael goes to Las Vegas where he and Kenny Ortega attend the show "Le Rêve" at the Wynn resort

April 4, 2009: Manager - hoax?

Fox News columnist Roger Friedman claimed last week that had the press release of Michael Jackson `s manager change as one invention. Leonard Rowe does not work for Michael Jackson, and the message is merely an attempt by him and Jackson's father Joseph Jackson, to benefit also from the 02 shows.

Friedman claims that Tohme was still the one who cared for Jackson’s business. C. Ransom, of Mosnar Communications publicist released a statement yesterday on behalf of Rowe: "At this time the legendary Leonard Rowe has no comment in relation to Michael Jackson` s representation. " Source:, Fox News, mjjboard, div

April 9 : Michael goes shopping in Beverly Hills.

April 10 : Michael goes to the Bel Air Hotel for a business meeting.

April 13/14/15 : Auditions take place at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood to select the dancers for Michael's upoming concerts. Michael attends the final call back on the 15th along with his choreographer Travis Payne and creative director Kenny Ortega. They select 6 men (with 4 understudies) and 2 women (with 2 understudies) on a 2-year contract to perform “national” and “international” venues on the “This Is It” tour

April 14 : LOS ANGELES – A collection of Michael Jackson's possessions from Neverland Ranch is safe from the auctioneer's gavel now that the pop singer and Julien's Auction House have reached a settlement to their dispute over whether 2,000 items were ever intended for sale.

Specific terms were not disclosed. But, in short, Jackson keeps his things, while Julien's keeps its exhibition, which was open to the public and originally meant to promote next week's sale.

"There was so much interest from so many of Jackson's fans that instead of putting the items in the hands of private collectors, Dr. Tohme and Julien's Auction House have made arrangements that will allow the collection to be shared with and enjoyed by Jackson's fans for many years to come," read a joint statement from Jackson spokesman Dr. Tohme R. Tohme and auction organizer Darren Julien.

Jackson's production company, MJJ Productions, sued Julien in early March, seeking to halt the sale by arguing that Jackson hadn't authorized it. A judge blocked one effort by MJJ Productions to cancel it earlier this month, and another was scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday for an injunction.

"I believe both sides are pleased with the resolution," Julien said Tuesday by telephone.

Julien has said he spent $2 million organizing the sale, which another auctioneer estimated could have fetched $12 million after its April 22 start. The exhibition in Beverly Hills costs $20 to attend, and auction catalogs — a $50 single volume and $200, five-volume boxed set — were still selling, Julien said.

The statement also said MJJ Productions and Julien's Auction House would be making a "substantial" donation to MusiCares to benefit artists in need.

Julien said all of Jackson's possessions, which the auction house took directly from the Neverland Ranch property, would be returned to the pop singer. He would not say where they would be taken.

April 20 : Michael starts the rehearsals for the "This Is It' concerts at Center Staging in Burbank, California with Kenny Ortega & Travis Payne. Michael Bush & Karen Faye are back in the MJ TEAM.

April 21 & 22 : Michael goes shopping in Beverly Hills.

April 27 : Michael goes shopping in Beverly Hills with Prince, Paris & Blanket. The 2nd week of rehearsals begins at Center Staging.

April 29 : Dr. Murray issues drugs to MJ (LA autopsy report)

May 4 : The 3rd week of rehearsals begins at Center Staging.

May 5 : Raymone Bain, Michael's former manager and spokersperson, files a lawsuit in Washington D.C claiming breach of contract; quantum meruit and unjust enrichment and she asks for $44 million.

Dr. Tohme Tohme is officially terminated as Michael's manager and disbarred from having any subsequent affiliation with him or any of his numerous established entities (including MJJ Productions and the newer MJJ Kingdom).

Michael hires Frank Dileo as his new manager.

May 11 : The 4th week of rehearsals begins at Center Staging.

May 12 : AEG issues a press release to officially announce Kenny Ortega as the show producer. Along with the press release is a new picture of Michael & Ortega during the rehearsals. (May 13 in Europe)

May 13 : Michael hires magician Ed Alonzo to work on the This Is It show.

May 14 : Michael, Prince, Paris & Blanket attend Katherine & Joe 60th wedding anniversary at Indian restaurant Chakra in Beverly Hills with the whole family (Jackie, Rebbie, Tito, Jermaine, LaToya, Marlon, Randy, Janet and their children)

May 14 : Dr. Murray issues drugs to MJ (LA autopsy report)

May 15 : Beverly Hills, CA, - In an official statement issued today The Jacksons (Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Randy Jackson) have denied they were in any way involved with a proposed Jackson 5 reunion concert in Texas on July 3rd claimed this week by New Jersey concert promoters AllGood Entertainment.

According to The Jackson’s manager, Danny O’Donovan, The Jacksons, were never approached about participating in the purported Texas concert event with Michael and sister, Janet.

Michael attends a business meeting at the Beverly Hills Hotel with his parents Joe & Katherine and his children Prince, Paris & Banket.

Later he goes shopping with the kids and also visits Dr Klein in Beverly Hills.

May 17 : Michael goes to an art festival in Beverly Hills with Prince, Paris & Blanket.

May 18 : A new video is premiered on showing the dancers'auditions.

The 5th week of rehearsals begins at Center Staging.

May 19 : Michael visits American Idol's rehearsals at to the Nokia Theatre.
Then he visits Dr Klein in Berverly Hills.

May 20 : Kenny Ortega and Randy Phillips announce in a press conference that the 4 opening shows have been rescheduled due to production. The opening night is now July 13th.

In a letter signed by Michael, Leonard Rowe is prevented from working or speaking on his behalf.

May 20 : Thome is released as per MJ memo.

If you are interested in seeing another timline, please visit this link for some interesting reading.

I know this is long and I apologize. These are the things I am plugging into the time line. We are missing Michael’s time between 1992 and the events mentioned above beginning in April of 2009. Much of the battle with Sony is including in that time line as well at the 2005 trial and I will be working on that with help from others. There are still many sources I have yet to research.

I am still open to possibility in the interpretation of the above information. I am not so sure everyone surrounding Michael should be thrown into the same boiling pot. I have theories (and they are just theories) that a few of the people and/or entities may have actually been helping Michael. It’s easy to ready the press releases of mergers, company launches and buyouts of debt, but it’s not always easy to determine the motives of those events.

I know that at one time, Tom Barrack and Colony Capital were trying to help Michael. Yes, they are a business and yes, profit is usually their purpose. But if that were the case, with the 2005 trial so heavily damaging Michael, why would they bother with the risk? They were already billionaires in their own right.

More on this tomorrow. Goodnight and God Bless!


  1. Hi Bonnie! Missing links are all here:

    Truth hurts it's all I can say for the moment. :(

  2. Seven and I are all integrated and share info all the time. Her link is in the blog post. She put together some fantastic info from everyone. Everyone is pitching in to come together. :o)

    I agree, it doesn't look good for Colony and AEG.

  3. Excellent work Bonnie. I have to study it calmly. There is something wrong with Tohme, if something strange .....
    with Tohme, if something strange .....
    Ah! wait for the next.
    Thanks dear Bonnie for this extraordinary work.
    Yes, yes it's all for Love!!!

  4. Roalers, to be fair this timeline above was sent to me by someone else to plug into what I have. I thought the information was important enough to put out there, but the person is not happy with me sharing it.

    I walk a fine line between what is okay and not okay to share. My view is that there are many out there investigating this and not everyone is going to hit or notice every piece of information. Someone might see something another may miss, for example.

    Aside from that, it's also important to remember that it's not just the good guys reading this stuff? Do we reveal everything we know or learn?

    Anyone have an opinion on that? Thank everyone for your help!!


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